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Police Equipment Exhibit Underway in Tehran

Tehran is hosting an international police equipment exhibition in a move to further promote the latest gadgets used by law enforcement forces.

Ancient Coins, Antiquities Seized in Southern Iran

More than 50 historical coins and antique items have been confiscated in the city of Ramshir in Khuzestan province, south-western Iran.

Iran Cyber Police Warn against Using FaceApp

Iranian Police have warned against the unwanted consequences of the face-transforming FaceApp application.

Iranian Cop Saves Lady Intending to Commit Suicide

An Iranian police officer has saved the life of a woman who intended to commit suicide in the middle of the highway.

3,000-Year-Old Antiquities Seized from Smugglers in Iran

Iranian police forces have seized at least 50 antiquities dating back to 3,000 years ago in the city of Galugah in Mazandaran province.

Police Denies Poppy Cultivation in Iran

A senior Iranian Police commander has quashed rumors about opium poppy cultivation in the country.

Iranian Researchers Develop High-Precision Licence Plate Reader

An Iranian group of academic experts has produced a homegrown smart system of licence plate readers with the unmatched accuracy of above 99 percent.
Iran Releases Two European Diplomats Arrested at Party

Iran Releases Two European Diplomats Arrested at Party

A British and a Dutch diplomat, who had been arrested at a party in Tehran on Friday night, have been released after their identity was discovered.

Iran Leader Urges Police to Prevent Arms Sales, Ensure Cybersecurity

Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has instructed law enforcement forces to put further efforts into controlling the sale of weapons in the country, and also to ensure cyberspace security.

Iran Warns Canada against Giving Asylum to Embezzlers

Iran’s Attorney General has called on the Canadian judiciary and police to prevent their country from turning into a centre of frauds and a safe haven for embezzlers.

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